Is an indent and large hard lump normal after Lip Injections? Is this part of the swelling/bruising process? (photos)
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Lip bump and dent after injections
This is still within the norm after 3 days. This should all settle down in a week or so. If still concerned at day 10-14, please discuss with your doctor.
Swelling and bruising are common after lip injections. The lump you feel may be a part of that. It can take up to two weeks for the swelling to resolve. If after that time you are unhappy with your results, return to your injector for an evaluation.
Bumps and Bruising After Lip Injections
Some small lumps or hard bumps after lip injections can be normal. The site where the needle was inserted into the skin can swell into lumps similar to what you are describing. Some bruising is possible as well, and the amount you have in your photos is within what is considered normal after 3 days. This will go down over time - typically 3-7 days.
If you have any questions or concerns, however, I recommend you contact your doctor who injected you. It is a good idea to stay in close contact with them if you aren't sure about how you are healing.
Give yourself at least 2 weeks to allow your lips to fully heal and have the final result you are looking for.
Best of luck!
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